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Title
Women in Jail; U.S. Military Prisons + Teach-in, Live on KPFA: the Nubin Case; Inside Attica: Interview with Frank Smith (KPFA), 1972
Creator
Yuen, Hoh-Kun
Date Created and/or Issued
1971
Contributing Institution
UC Berkeley, Ethnic Studies Library
Collection
California Revealed from Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley
Rights Information
Rights are owned by UC Regents and KPFA. Pacific Radio Archives has given Institution permission to provide access to the digitized work online. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owner. In addition, the reproduction of some materials may be restricted by terms of gift or purchase agreements, donor restrictions, privacy and publicity rights, licensing and trademarks. Works not in the public domain cannot be commercially exploited without permission of the copyright owner. Responsibility for any use rests exclusively with the user.
Description
(9/26/71) Program on US prisons, and women in jail. Georgia Jackson, mother of Jonathan and George Jackson, speaks on prison abolition. Another speaker discusses the reality of women who are imprisoned, come in and out of jail, and on the struggles of imprisoned women with children. (1/24/72) Open hour: The U.S. Military prisons: ‚GI‚Äôs who refused to participate in the military machine‚ held in SPDs, Detox centers, the brig, or stockade; there‚Äôs no bail and horrible conditions in each. ‚You got to expect some kind of rebellion‚ -- on domestic POW‚Äôs. (1/28/72) Drugs and the Military. Prison teach-in at Pauley Ballroom, 10 pm live. (11/17/71) The Nubin Case: Mr. and Mrs. Nubin with their attorney. Two from Prisoners Unions Local 9. Inside Attica: An Interview with Frank Smith. A statement by one of the men singled out by the administration of Attica State Prisonas a leader of last year‚Äôs rebellion. Since September 1971, frank Smith has lived in a segregation cell 24 hours a day, cut off from his fellow inmates and the outside world. In this interview he talks about prison conditions, the massacre of September 13 and the days that followed, the effect of the revolt on the prison and its inmates and the inmates‚Äô need for outside support. Recorded in Attica State Prison by Bruce Soloway of Pacifica/New York, WBAI. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
Type
sound
Format
Master
Sound
2-track mono
1/4 inch audio tape
Identifier
BANC MSS 2005/290c Carton 205 Reel 14
cueth_000482_a, cueth_000482_b
Language
English
Provenance
Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley
California Revealed is supported by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.

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